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SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship 2017

Pressmeddelande   •   Nov 16, 2016 10:44 CET

Celebrating this year’s recipient of the SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship. From left: Jean-Philippe Poirault - Ericsson, Karin Wiström - Stockholm School of Economics, and David Moreno - Ericsson. Photo: Krista Glödstaf

David Moreno, Ericsson, receives the SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship 2017.

For the fourth year in a row the SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship has been awarded to a top-talent nominated by the Corporate Partners of the Stockholm School of Economics. The scholarship covers the full program fee of the SSE MBA Executive Format degree program, with a value of SEK 465.000.

− The purpose of the scholarship is to promote executive education and leadership development among our next generation of leaders. It is also a way to say thank you to our generous Corporate Partners, says Karin Wiström, Stockholm School of Economics.

Candidates to the scholarship are high-potential managers with an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven record of successful leadership. The recipient of the scholarship is expected to contribute to the Corporate Partner organization by bringing best practices and new tools and ideas back into the business and become a leader who works more effectively with a strategic and holistic understanding of the organization.

The SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship 2017 is awarded to 41-year old David Moreno, with the following motivation:

“David is an experienced manager, working in a strategic role and senior level position as Head of Ericsson Management Consulting. He is very ambitious, yet modest, and has already accomplished major achievements and has an impressive international career.

The new perspectives, insights and knowledge he will gain from the SSE MBA have the potential to successfully take him on to even more senior roles in the future and have a strong business impact. With his international background, experience and drive, David will also contribute greatly to the SSE MBA program and cohort, and be a great ambassador for SSE and Ericsson.”

The jury consisted of members of the SSE MBA Advisory Board:
Britta Burreau, Nordea Liv & Pension, CEO
Carina Malmgren Heander, Scandinavian Airlines Systems, Chief of Staff
Alexander af Jochnick, Oriflame, Chairman of the Board
Grant Calder, The Roll, CEO & Performance Coach
Pär Åhlström, Stockholm School of Economics, Vice President Degree Programs
Lin Lerpold, Stockholm School of Economics, Executive Director and Acting Professor MISTRA
Karin Wiström, Stockholm School of Economics, Director SSE MBA

For additional information please contact:

Karin Wiström
Director SSE MBA
karin.wistrom@hhs.se
+46-70-651 21 43

The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is rated as the top business school in the Nordic and Baltic countries and is highly regarded internationally. 

SSE offers programs of the highest international standards, including bachelor, master, PhD, Executive Format MBA and executive education programs. 

The school also conducts world-class research. Our programs are developed in close cooperation with the research and business communities, which give our graduates great potential to attain leading positions in companies and other organizations. 

SSE is accredited by EQUIS, certifying that all of the main activities – teaching as well as research – are of the highest international standards. SSE is also the only Swedish member institution of CEMS and PIM, which are collaborations between top business schools worldwide, contributing to the high quality SSE is known for.

Stockholm School of Economics . Sveavägen 65 . Box 6501. SE-113 83 Stockholm . Sweden . Phone +46 8 736 90 00 . www.hhs.se

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